A Personal Defining Moments

France Selfie

As 2017 is coming to an end, I reflected on my year and honestly, I am glad to be moving on. I realized nothing will ever beat my 2016 when I lived abroad. It taught me everything that I know I will never learn if I never took that leap. If circumstances allow it and I was given the chance to move abroad again, I wouldn’t hesitate to go. Continue reading “A Personal Defining Moments”

My Favorite Spots in Milan

Me Outside in Milan

As I wind down to the last few months I have left in Europe, I realised how much I’ve seen over the year I’ve been living here in Milan. I’m glad I’ve had the chance to share it on this blog because reflecting back to these memories have made me realise how much I’ve seen, done and I can’t believe it’s already been a year. Time sure moves fast! Continue reading “My Favorite Spots in Milan”

Restaurants worth to try in Milan for Guests.

Last weekend my parents came to visit me and I was stressed. Generally, I know what my visitors like or don’t like. My parents, on the other hand, require a certain type of attention. One of those things is finding the right place to eat as both have very particular tastes in food and environment. Before their arrival, I spent some time looking on the internet for ideas but, I didn’t find anything up to par with their taste. Anyway, I took a chance and I made suggestions base on instincts. Luckily, for the most part it worked. Continue reading “Restaurants worth to try in Milan for Guests.”

Armani Silos Museum

Picture this, you’ve been given a project at work and a client requires a 24 hours turn around time for a project that you know it will take longer than 2 days. Your boss has already tried to ask for an extension but, they’ve insisted that it’s impossible. Yikes! Well, that’s exactly what’s happening now at this moment in my world, too much work so little time. Continue reading “Armani Silos Museum”

Browsing in 10 Corso Como, Milan

Corso Como

I spent yesterday wandering in Corso Como 10. This shopping complex is a major stopping point for anyone who needs a break in Milan. The complex has an art gallery, a book shop, a design store, a small hotel, and (my favorite) a rooftop garden. Having spent a few hours browsing the bookshop and looking through the art gallery, I decided it was going to be my go-to spot. I went up to the rooftop and read for the rest of the afternoon.

Snaps from Galleria D’Arte Moderna Milano

Every first Sunday of the month, a few of the museums in Milan are open to the public for free. I took advantage of the opportunity and hopped on to GAM for the day….cause, hey! It’s Sunday, the rain stopped and I had nothing better to do than to let my curious side do its thing. Continue reading “Snaps from Galleria D’Arte Moderna Milano”